Viviparus georgianus
Viviparus georgianus
(banded mysterysnail)
Native Transplant

10 results for Viviparus georgianus (banded mysterysnail)
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Specimen IDStateCountyLocalityYear HUC Number What's this? Drainage nameStatus
1633783 MABerkshireYokum Pond, shoreline at south end2019 01080206 Westfield Riverunknown
1462311 MAHampdenForest Park, Springfield1962 01080205 Outlet Connecticut Riverestablished
1462300 MAMiddlesexFresh Pond, Cambridge1962 01090001 Charlesestablished
1462304 MAMiddlesexLittle Fresh Pond1962 01090001 Charlesestablished
1462308 MANorfolkHoughton's Pond1962 01090001 Charlesestablished
1462306 MANorfolkSargent Pond, Brookline1962 01090001 Charlesestablished
1462305 MASuffolkMuddy River within the city limits of Boston1962 01090001 Charlesestablished
1459030 MASuffolkPond at Boston Public Gardens1916 01090001 Charlesunknown
1671454 MAWorcesterLancaster, MA, USA2017 01070004 Nashua River 
1462349 MAWorcesterSpectacle Pond, from Spectacle Brook, tributary of the north Nashua River2017 01070004 Nashua Riverestablished

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Citation information: U.S. Geological Survey. [2023]. Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Gainesville, Florida. Accessed [2/2/2023].

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